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When the wolves came to town: Rams take on Moorcroft and win

January 31, 2015

BIG HORN — For the second night in a row, the Big Horn Lady Rams blew their opponent out of the water while the Rams battled to come away with another close win. Friday night it was the Moorcroft Wolves who came to town, and in the early game, they weren’t much of a matchup Read More

Big Horn teams top Riverside

January 30, 2015

BIG HORN — Both the Big Horn boys and girls basketball teams kicked off their three-game weekend with wins over Riverside last night, albeit in two varying styles. In the opening game, the Lady Rams (11-5) were off and running, leaving the Lady Rebels (1-12) to eat their dust as they stormed to a 66-21 Read More

Column: Katy Perry only highlight of Sunday’s big game

January 28, 2015

The Super Bowl is this Sunday. Thank God. As much as I enjoy listening to Bill Belichick pretend he’s the Albert Einstein of football air pressure, I’m done with Deflategate. First of all, why do we feel the need to peg any and every scandal “something-gate?” The Watergate scandal was named after the hotel where Read More

Beyond the game

SHERIDAN — Eleven young men make up the Sheridan College men’s basketball team. A group of youngsters at the end of their teenage years, some are playing the final games of their careers, some are playing for the opportunity to postpone those final games for a couple more seasons. They are called student-athletes. Technically, the Read More

SC men struggle, ladies roll on home court

January 26, 2015

SHERIDAN — It was a strange weekend of basketball at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome, beginning with the Lady Generals blowing out Little Big Horn College Saturday afternoon. If you were at the first matchup between the two schools back in November, a lopsided 92-44 victory in favor of Sheridan, you probably weren’t expecting much Read More

Broncs dominate Cheyenne South in second quarter, win 67-45

January 24, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys basketball team used a big second quarter to propel themselves to a 67-45 win over Cheyenne South (7-5) Friday night at Sheridan High School. It was tough to tell if the defense led to offense or the offense led to defense for the Broncs (7-4), as they were Read More

Lady Broncs pull out 37-31 victory

SHERIDAN — It wasn’t the prettiest game they’ve played this season or the most conventional, but the Sheridan High School Lady Broncs (11-1) were able to pull out a 37-31 victory over Cheyenne South (6-7) Friday night. If you were sitting in the stands at Sheridan High School, you were in for a yawner, at Read More

Prosinski visits Big Horn: Philadelphia Eagle talks to fifth-grade students at Big Horn Elementary

January 22, 2015

BIG HORN — Chris Prosinski isn’t the biggest player in the NFL, but he’s still in the NFL. So when he walked through the halls at Big Horn Elementary School yesterday, he stuck out like a sore thumb. Prosinski, who spent the better half of this season playing with the Philadelphia Eagles, grew up in Read More

Gillette’s fast-paced offense too much for Generals

January 21, 2015

GILLETTE — When Matt Hammer yelled “back, back, back” from the sideline in Gillette last night, the Sheridan College head basketball coach wasn’t doing his best Chris Berman homerun derby impression. He was constantly telling his players to sprint back on defense during Sheridan’s 96-80 loss to rival Gillette College. Last night’s game turned into Read More

Toms continues dominance against hometown, leads Lady Generals to 69-47 win over Gillette

GILLETTE — The traveling trophy is coming back to the Golden Dome as the Sheridan College Lady Generals made the trip to Gillette last night and thumped the Pronghorns 69-47. Rebounding was the difference maker for Sheridan. The Lady Generals were all over the glass like fingerprints at a jewelry store, corralling a massive 61 Read More

Column: Rooting for tanking

These days, sports media throw around the word “tanking” the way Scott Steiner threw around Sid Vicious in the wrestling ring in the late 90s, and, for the most part, they aren’t using it to describe Johnny Manziel partying at the Palms in Las Vegas. Tanking is the term used by fans and media alike Read More

SC men top Western Wyoming, 73-66

January 19, 2015

SHERIDAN — Western Wyoming shot 22 more field goals than Sheridan College and outrebounded them by nine, but Sheridan relied on their defense to pull out the 73-66 win Saturday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. SC coach Matt Hammer knew that his Sheridan Generals team would have to pick up their intensity if they Read More

Lady Generals take down Western Wyoming

SHERIDAN — After a sluggish start left the Sheridan College Lady Generals basketball team with their backs against the wall Friday, the SC coaches made some adjustments Saturday to bounce back and beat Western Wyoming 70-52. Casper College had no problem breaking down the Sheridan press Friday night, leaving the Lady Generals chasing the ball Read More

Lady Rams top Rocky Mountain 44-25

January 17, 2015

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Lady Rams (9-4) didn’t need any extra time last night as they cruised to a 44-25 victory over Rocky Mountain (3-8) in their second of three games this weekend. After a tough overtime battle and eventual loss on the road at Kaycee last night, Big Horn coach Justin Kidneigh Read More

Generals crush Casper: Generals shoot lights out to rout Casper 96-79

SHERIDAN — Turnovers have been a problem for the Sheridan College men’s basketball team all season. When they cough up the ball, things tend to go south at a rapid rate. Last night, the Generals turned the ball over 23 times, but it didn’t matter. They played their best game of the season and rolled Read More

Big Horn’s broken record: Rams fall short in comeback to Kaycee 50-49

January 16, 2015

BIG HORN — Colton Bates took a few power dribbles with his left hand and heaved up a tough, contested runner that didn’t fall, and when the final buzzer sounded at Big Horn High School last night, the Rams had fallen just short in a 50-49 loss to the Kaycee Buckaroos (6-2). But it was Read More

Column: Committing to winning

January 14, 2015

2015 is upon us. One of the best things that comes with every new year is the conference basketball season. As exciting as the college basketball season is, once it gets into the back half of the schedule, it tends to take you through all sorts of emotions. The new year bums you out when Read More

Lady Rams squeak out 2OT win over Lusk

January 12, 2015

BIG HORN — After playing four games in three days, the Big Horn Lady Rams (8-3) added an extra eight minutes to their busy weekend, because, why not? It took two overtime periods, but the Lady Rams were able to squeak out a win over the Lusk Lady Tigers (4-5) Saturday in their final matchup Read More

Lady Eagles fall to Burns Broncs in overtime Friday

January 10, 2015

DAYTON — It was an up-and-down day for the Tongue River Lady Eagles Friday, as they watched a huge lead against Burns slip away in a loss before bouncing back to beat Lusk in the second game of the day. The Lady Eagles led for the first 30 minutes of the day, but the wheels Read More

TR boys struggle with offense, lose to Burns, Lusk

DAYTON — If there is such a thing as a “sports hangover,” the Tongue River Eagles must have had one Friday as they lost two games after their opening night win at the Winter Classic. After a tremendous come-from-behind victory against Southeast Thursday night, the Eagles squared off against a 1-7 Burns team but ended Read More

Burns 3-pointers drain Lady Rams in 49-41 loss

January 9, 2015

BIG HORN — After a long break for the holidays, the Big Horn Lady Rams were back in action last night in the opening night of the 2015 Winter Classic at Big Horn High School. A late 3-pointer and a layup at the final buzzer cut the final score to 49-41 in favor of the Read More

Rams up intensity to take down Burns 55-46

BIG HORN — The Big Horn boys basketball team ramped up its intensity in the second half and were able to take down the Burns Broncs 55-46 last night in the opening contest of the 2015 Winter Classic. The Rams spent the first 16 minutes of the game in a back-and-forth battle, trading baskets on Read More

Column: Cooler than the other side of the pillow

January 7, 2015

Sundays tend to develop a pretty consistent routine: wake up, sift through garbage on Twitter, lay in bed with my dog until he’s licked my face enough to force me out of bed to let him out, eat a bowl of cereal, maybe a bagel, and then invest in some quality real estate on the Read More

Balling off the bench: Hinn scores 19 off bench, SC rolls over Wyoming All-Stars 125-40

January 6, 2015

SHERIDAN — It was an odd atmosphere at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome on Monday. The men’s game was cancelled, and with more snow pouring down outside, the crowd was the most depleted it has been all season. There was no national anthem and no announcer. Most of all, the team on the other end Read More

Gillette wins 7-4 in event’s final game outdoors

January 2, 2015

SHERIDAN — It was a beautiful day for some outdoor hockey, as the Gillette Wild and the Yellowstone Quake made the trip to Sheridan Ice for the second annual Wyoming Winter Classic. While sunshine and warm temperatures threatened to delay the NHL Winter Classic in Washington, D.C., yesterday, negative and single-digit temperatures rose to 34 Read More






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